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Old 03-31-2015, 12:29 PM   #1
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Solved Many Electrical Problems! Finaly

After getting my coach in 2013 and making many trips to Junction City for one repair after another, most out of my field of repair so we did not get a lot of alone time in the coach.
The back lighting section is on one switch 30A relay fuse and would go off and on, so the first thing I did was to change out all of the halogen light 10W to LED's to cut down on the heat. (17 lights and BR fan) on that switch.
Well the problem was still there, so I pulled out the fuse block and removed one side panel to find the wires coming out of that block were burned and a new updated block 300-400$ so I went up to Ace and got a 30A inline water tight fuse holder for $2.49 cut off 2" of the burned end and attached it right to the main 12v power lug, problem solved.
Now I don't have to listen to the wife say, the light are out again.
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you must be feeling good yeah many things take time to be sorted out but we know we'll get there...
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Old 03-31-2015, 06:35 PM   #3
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Yes, I could not believe the amount of wire that was burned but things are starting to come together a 2 years. The wife is tired of $$$$$$ going out and we never go any where She said Carnival cruise is looking better all the time.
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How great it is to figure out a long standing problem, way to go!
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Floyd, we have friends that lost a coach because of the Nocold refer. Got a '08 42ft Allegro Bus as a replacement. We were in Mexico when the wife smelled something burning in the bedroom plus some of the electrical plugs quit working. We got back to the US and then they had no 120AC in any plug. $600 labor and a $40 part they are now back in business. Some burned wires had to be replaced also. Tech said it hadn't been put together correctly right from the factory.

They got it fixed on the same day that their other coach burned up.

You be lucky just like our friends
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Old 04-01-2015, 12:26 AM   #6
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This is like a full time job staying on top of stuff. The day we left the Thanksgiving rally the DS window fogged up, the one Country Coach fixed when we got it. Dave Roots made the trip from Bend to my place again and fixed it, he has fixed all of them now. He is a great guy, didn't want me driving with a fogged DS window. I call that Customer Service.
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